Sustainability of interventions is a challenge faced by welfare practitioners particularly where the interventions involve a sustainability cost. Increasingly, Social Entrepreneurship is being seen as a viable method to ensure sustainability especially in infrastructure heavy welfare areas such as water, sanitation and health.

In this context, Forum for Organised Resource Conservation & Enhancement (FORCE), with funding support from HSBC Bank and implementation support from PJRM FORCE Trust is organising a half day workshop on “Social Entrepreneurship in Water Sector” on Nov 30, 2015.

In this workshop, we will share our learnings from experiences in Community Water Management in slums in Delhi especially in:

1)      Community Safe Drinking Water Vending  (Sarvajal)

2)      Informal Water Vendors /Community Managed Water Distribution systems

This workshop would be of particular interest to NGOs and other social organisations who are exploring ways to ensure that their interventions are sustainable.

We invite you to join us for this interactive workshop and share your experiences on the above.

Date: November 30 2015, 1.30 pm onwards

Venue: Institute of Social Sciences, 8, Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj (Near Gurudwara and Aadyant School)

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